The century of successes on the flat and over jumps was reached when Chanceanotherfive, ridden by Brian Hughes, won at Newcastle on Friday. Keith, based at Belstane Racing Stables, said: “I’m not really surprised we’ve reached 100 winners because a couple of months ago I thought we had time to give it a go. It just came sooner than expected. “We are just fortunate that we’ve had good jump horses this year that have put our total number of winners up a bit.
James Martin also cooked up a storm for the shellshocked visitors by netting a double as Rovers earned their second league win out of two under new gaffer John Dunn. John told Gazette Sport: “Ian was outstanding. His work-rate in the last couple of games has been different class. “To be honest he could have had a couple more goals. “He was unlucky with another couple of efforts. “It is a different team from the one which lost 6-0 at Rob Roy in the Scottish Junior Cup in my first game in charge.
The high sums involved in getting drainage problems adequately fixed at the stadium – which Forth have called their home since 1934 – could force the cash-strapped club out for good. “Our pitch is not ideal at the moment,” said Forth gaffer Jamie McKenzie. “There is water spread across the middle of the park and the 18-yard box. “Our committee members believe it is a blocked drain, although they are not sure. “We are trying to get specialists in to locate the problem.
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